Paleo Treats® Blog - Paleo info, ingredients, and righteous adventures beyond dessert
Paleo Treats® Blog - Paleo info, ingredients, and righteous adventures beyond dessert
May 05, 2019

Pillars of Food: Quality, Amount, and Timing

High Quality Is No Accident: Eat Real Food
Eating healthy is pretty darn simple.  You don't need to complicate it.  The Quality, Amount, and Timing of what you eat will give you about 80% of the results you can achieve.  If you want to go further or compete at a world class level you can certainly geek out harder, but for a normal person, here's how to do it. View full article →
May 03, 2019

Why does good food cost more?

Nik Hawks on a roll
A dose of truth on the subject of good food costing more.  This is the real deal folks, not some white-washed version of "shopping the outside of the grocery store."  Read this if you want to actually know the hard facts of why it costs more to eat healthy. View full article →
April 24, 2019

Are Paleo Treats keto?

Are Paleo Treats Keto?Customer quote: "I was gonna say, not to be a negative Nellie, but I think you guys may be doing a disservice to all of your keto practitioners, LOL. Unless they really know what the hell they’re doing, your stuff is not even remotely keto! When we were doing keto, I wanna say we were limiting our total carbs to less than 20g a day. Thoughts?"  
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March 17, 2019

Keto Ain't About The Fat

Nik and Lee from Paleo Treats
Thousands of our customers are following a keto diet.  Most people don't understand why it works, or how they can tweak it to still enjoy their ration of dessert while staying stoked and healthy.  Here's a deeper dive into why keto works so well. View full article →
February 07, 2019

A Love Story: How Lee & Nik Met

Nik and Lee when we first met, in England
In celebration of Valentine's Day, here's the story of how Lee & I met.  From deserts to oceans, plane flights to poetry, here's proof that love'll always find a way. View full article →
December 29, 2018

Let's Get Deep Into Sugar

Big Sugar, Big Problem
Is there really more to sugar than just...sugar?  Yep.  Here's how to understand Paleo when it comes to desserts, how to avoid sneaky sugars, and how to get a hold of your too-sweet tooth! View full article →
December 08, 2018

Paleo Treats Holiday Gift Guide

Paleo Treats Holiday Gift Guide 2018
Looking for holiday gifts for your Paleo peeps?  Cruise our 2018 Paleo Holiday gift guide; we've got keto options, our favorite tech, amazing wine, and all kinds of Paleo-supporting ideas for ya! View full article →
November 04, 2018

Business Card Reality

Business advice from failing and succeeding
Paleo Treats is our first attempt at business and within 3 short months we had made enough money to be knocking back endless Mai-Tai's in an undisclosed and extremely private island in the Bahamas.  NOT! --> View full article →
November 01, 2018

Sleep, Move, Track: How We Fell In Love With A Ring

Oura Ring Review by Nik Hawks and Lee Selman
So you're not a tech geek but you're curious about your sleep?  Here's a ring we found that'll track your sleep and activity without any huge effort on your part.  Leverage technology for better living, here's how we do it! View full article →
October 08, 2018

The Invention of Nature

The book, The Invention of Nature
Want to dive deeper into how our idea of Paleo came to be?  Check out this book review on the life of a scientist who inspired Darwin, was the first to describe the phenomenon of human-induced climate change, and generally helped humans understand the idea of interconnectedness. View full article →
October 05, 2018

A Month of Measurement

Month of Measurement
Looking to measure your performance?  Break those measurements up into subjective (how you feel), and objective (what your "numbers" are.)   Here's how we measure using the PME system along with biomarker measurements. View full article →
October 03, 2018

Conversation with a mentor

Mentors are elusive creatures, but the idea of mentorship is one that we evolved to take advantage of.  Mentors are teachers who have gone where you want to go and can give you guidance not on where to walk, but on how to carry yourself on the path. View full article →